Not too many 14-year-old teens have their own clothing line. California teen Jaela Evangelista does! Inspired by her graphic design father, Jaela drafted a few graphics that she thought would look great on T-shirts. After designing a variety of garments, like sweatshirts and bracelets, Jaela created her line, jsmirk. Now, she has customers across the nation and even as far as the Philippines. To keep up with demand, Jaela hired her younger siblings to be assistants and models for her clothing line. Jaela plans to eventually pursue a degree in entrepreneurship. But for now, the sophomore continues to add new products to her micro business.
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Carol Topp, CPA